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INDEX.

405
Fellow-helpers with God, what, 308. an- Hyper-Calvinism, remarks on, 56,
swered, 361.

Hypocrisy, remarks on, 35.
Finnish Bible Society, 382.
FULLER, Mr. A. his birth, family con-

Innate ideas, distinguished from innate
nections and early life, 193. conversion principles, 76.
and call to the ministry, 194. marriage Instructions to Christian Missionaries, 25.
and removal to Kettering, 195. engagés

of captured slaves, 30.
in the formation of the Baptist Mis- Inquisition at Madrid, 320.
sionary Society, 196. declines a di- Intolerance of the Belgian Bishops, 320.
ploma, ib. his domestic trials and per-| Job, a Gentile prophet, 370. his pro-
sonal afflictions, 197. instances of his phecy of the Redeemer illustrated,

371.
application and literary labours, 198.
his philanthropy, and sympathy with Irish (native) circulating schools, 155, 157.
the distresses of others, 199, the interest Evangelical Society, 283.
he took in the Baptist Mission, 226– Ireland, its benighted state, 156.
228. collects funds for its support, 229. Isaac, how far a type of Christ, 70.
his last illness and death, 230.

It is finished,” illustrated. 322.
bis method of considering the Jerusalem, its destruction, 80.
Apocalypse, 309. his explanation of the Justification, mistakes concerning, 257.
" harvest and vintage,” 310.—“ the

the doctrine illustrated, 258. what im-
supper of the great God,” 311.-the plied in it, 259. stands opposed to con-
“ battle of Armageddon,” 312. his view demnation, 260. includes pardon and
of the Millennium, 341. character of his acceptance, 261. its immediate ground
discourses, 343.

the death of Christ, 301, and particu-
's Sermon for the British' and larly, 335. how the holiness of his heart
Foreign School Society, 59.

and life, and the divine dignity of his
-Aphorisms collected from him, person contributed to the availableness
364. Fuller and Tyro, an anecdote, 365.

of his sacrifice, 336.
Fullness of time, illustrated, 262.
Future troubles wisely concealed, 103.

Klaar-water, in Africa, described, 151.

Knowledge of God, from creation, ques-
Glasgow Auxiliary to the Baptist Mission, tioned, 38. the doctrine defended and
350.

illustrated, 73.
God, well pleased in the sacrifice of his
Son, 37.

Lattakvo, city of, described by Mr. J.
Gospel, on what accounts a treasure, 298.

Campbell, 151.
why deposited in earthen vessels, 299, London Society for converting the Jews,
388. its origin divine, 338. its success

153, 185, 220,
wholly of God, 339, should be valued London Missionary Society, 28, 59, 92. its
above all things, 340.

ample funds, 135. anniversary meetings
Greek Testament (modern) 216.

of, 188. Twenty-first Report, 253. in-
Griqua-town, in Africa, described, 151. teresting intelligence from Africa, 262

Love to Christ exemplified, 9.
Hall, late Mr. R. of Arnsby, estimate of
his character, 55.

MʻLean, Mr. Archibald, his birth, and
Hampshire Independent Association. 351. youthful days, 290. education, &c. 291.
Sunday Schools, ib.

conversion to God, 292. a member of
Hants and Wilts Baptist Association, 350, the established church, 293, becomes a
Hamilton, Richard Winter, his sermon at Baptist, and answers Mr. Glas, 294.

Leeds, 209. his pedantry and vile bom- called to the pastoral office, ib. his
bast ridiculed, 210—212.

advice to a newly formed church, 295.
Harland, E. W. memoir of, 254, 286. published his book on Christ's Com-
Mrs. her case, 288, 381.

mission, 321. loss of his wife, 322. ex-
Help laid on Christ to save sinners, 354. tracts from his correspondence, 325,
Henry, Philip, account of his death, 271. falsely accused of Sandeinanianism, 327,
Hibernian School Society, 186, 249. strik- note. took a lively interest in the Bap-
ing instances of its success, 250.

tist Mission to India, 327. engages in
History, its utility as a branch of study, 79. controversy with Mr. A. Fuller, 329,
History improved, 239, 272.

his illness and death, 331.
Hope, its importance, 391. how strength- Marriage of the Lamb, what, 43.
ened in Christians, 382.

Marshall, Walter, his death, 360.
Howe, Mr. John, his dying thoughts, 271. Marginal readings, their value, 307.
Hoxton Academy, anniversary meeting, Mediation of Christ. 65.
222.

Melancthon, Philip, his birth and educa.
Huntington, W. his birth and early years, tion, 205. his conversion and juvenile

46. strange account of his conversion, 47. zeal, 206. sketch of his character, 207.
how extolled by his party, 48. com- his letter to Pfeffinger, 208. his connec-
pared with the apostle Paul, 49. in- tion with Luther, and his superior at-
stances of his tyrannical conduct, 50. tainments, 209.
his contempt of all other ministers, 51. Melchizedek, his priesthood considered,
estimate of his character, & 52,

369.

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INDEX.
Memoir of James Waddell, H.

Religious poetry, remarks on, 146.
Henry Thornton, Esq. 97. Reverend, are ministers of the word war-
Mr. Andrew Fuller. 193.

ranted in adopting that title? 238.
Philip Melancthon, 205. Roman history, full of interest, 80.
Mr. A. MʻLean, 279.

Resolutions of the body of Dissenting
Moravian missions and funds, 137.

Ministers, &c, respecting the persecu-
Moral duties and positive institutions tion of Protestants in France, 377-379.

should not be confounded, 247.
Methodist missions, 27, 89.

Saint, the term how commonly abused,
More, Mrs. H. strictures on her writings,

143.
115. her confused nations of faith, 117. Salvation of man entirely of God, 354.
attacks with success the modern philo- displays his love, wisdom, and justice,
sophers, 144.

355, &c.
Mortality of man, striking reflections on, $cotch Church, London-wall, review of
120.

proceedings there, 109.
Moses, his faith, illustrated, 141.

Self-denial essential to the Christian, 201.
Mysteries in religion demand submission, its nature explained, 202. no christi-
166.

anity without it, 203. its necessity

justified, 204.
Naval and Military School Society, 181 Sermon I.'2 Cor. iv. 7. 297, 338.
National Behevolent Institution, 190.

II, Psal. lxxxix. 19. 353.
New French Testament, 28.

III. Luke ii. 10, 11. 385.
Omnipresence of God considered, 363.

Signs of the present times, 60.
Original sin, remarks on, 95.

Singing, in public worship, should be per-
Ordinations, Mr. Hoby, at Maze Pond, 30.

formed standing, 266.
Mr. Morison, at Union Chapel, Sloane-

is the duty of all men, 366.
street, 93. Mr. J. Mack, at Clipstone,

Slave-trade, 17, 61, 93.
126. Mr. LEE COMPEER, as a mission-Sloth, spiritual, lamented, 42.

Society for protection of Religious Li-
Owen, Dr. John, his death, 360.

berty, 182.

promoting Christian Know-
Patience explained and recommonded, 76. ledge, 319.
Party-spirit, its bad influence, 72. Spirit of party, its operation, 72.
Partnership with the Deity, 361.

State of the world when Christ appear-
Paul, his faith illustrated, 142. his dis- ed, 262,

interestedness, 143. bis universal phi- Strictures on Religious Magazines, 6.
lanthropy, 144. his style of writing | Sutcliff, Mr. some account of, 22.
characterized, 146.

Superstition, instances of, 61.
Peace with America, 31.

Sunday School Union, 191,
Petersburgh Bible Society, 349.

Sybilline Oracles, Bishop Horsley's ac-
Persian Magi, not magicians, 373.

count of, 314.
Persecutions of the French Protestants,
377, 397.

Taylor, Nathaniel, his death, 360.
Pious Resolutions on the Lord's-day, 231. Tempt, meaning of the term in the case
Poland, Bibles printing there, 29.

of Abraham, 67.
Prayer essential to true religion, 362. Thornton, Henry, Esq. his biography, 97.
Prayer-meetings, inquiry concerning, 363. Thornton, John, Esq. original letter of
Priestcraft distinguished from supersti- his, 132.
tion, 372.

Time, a talent to be improved, 133.
Psalmody, hints on, 364.

Translations of the Scriptures by the
Psalm singing, anciently a mark of he- Baptist Missionaries in India, list of,

122.
Poetry, 32, 96, 128, 224, 256, 352.

Vindication of Dr. Carey against Pende-
Reconciliation, how distinguished from
justification, 335.

Virgil's Pollio, pointed to the Messiah,
Religious Liberty, Society for protec- 315.
. tion of, 182,

Vision of Zahid--an allegory, 366.

ary, 350.

resy, 365.

grast, 29.

INDEX TO ARTICLES REVIEWED.

ADAMS's (H.) Dictionary of all Reli- | Barclay, Mr. his pamphlet on the di-

gions, new edition, by Williams, 173. visions in the Scot's church, reviewed,
Apostolic method of preaching consider- 109.
ed, 53.

Burder's Memoirs of Pious Women, 273.
Bishop of London's Charge, 16.

Campbell, Mr. his Travels in Africa, 82,
Birt's Sermon on the apostolic method of Carmen Flebile, 212.
preaching, 53.

Cheap Magazine, 119.

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INDEX.

407
Cottle's Məssiah, 146.

Memoirs of the Life and Ministry of
Cox's Life of Melancthon, 205.

Huntington, 45.
Cunningham's Velvet Cushion, 241. More, Mrs. H. her Essay on the character
Curson's Letter to Kirby, 212.

and writings of the Apostle Paul,

115, 141.
Dore, Mr. his farewell Sermon at Maze
Pond, 87.

New Covering to the Velvet Cushion, 245.

Newman's Sermon on the death of A.
Fuller's Sermon on the death of Sutcliff,

Fuller, 276.
21.

Expository Discourses the Onesimus's Life of Huntington, 45.
Apocalypse, 309, and 341.

Plea for Primitive Communion, 374.
Hall's Help to Zion's Travellers, 55.
Hamilton's Sermon on the execution of Ryland's (Dr.) Funeral Sermon for A.
Blackburn, 209.

Fuller, 278.
Horsely, Bishop, his Dissertation on the Snelgar's Sermon on the death of Wraith,

Prophecies of the Messiah dispersed 346.
ainong the Gentiles, 313. and 369. Towgood's Dissertation on Baptism, 245,
Huntington, William, his farewell Sermon
reviewed, 45.

Voice of Years concerning Huntington, 45.
Innes's Family Visitor, 212.

Wilberforce's Letter on the Slave Trade,
Journey to Salem, by Amicus, 373.

17.
Ivimey’s Sermon on the death of Faller, Watts’s (Dr.) Nine Sermons, 20.
277.

Williams's (Mr. Jos.) Diary and Letters,
Jenkins, Dr. his Sermon at the Baptist.

316.
monthly Meeting, 280.

(Mrs. A.) Hints to a Daughter,

344.
Legend of the Velvet Cushion. 245. Wilson's (Rev. Daniel) Sermon at. St.
Letters to Mr, Golding, 45.

Bride's, 23.

INDEX TO THE NAMES AND SIGNATURES.

161.

AMBO, 76.
Burton, Mrs. 352.

Duke of Kent, H. R. H.
Armour, Mr. 90.

Butterworth, J. Esq. 191. 179.
Anker, Baron, 216.

Dunn, Mr. 93.
Ault, Mr. 89.

Carey, Dr. 26, 29, 124.
Ackland, Sir Thomas, 176. 226, 282.

Edward,

239.
A Constant Reader, 238. Carey, Mr. Felix, 124. Edwards, President, 366.
A New Correspondent, Carter, Mrs. 274.

Erskine, Mr. 89.
Castigator, 107.

Epenetus, 108.
Anderson, Mr. Christopher Campbell, Mr. John, 82.
94, 156, 220.

Candler, Mr. Isaac, 64. Fawcett, Dr. John, 22.
Austin, Mr. 127, 255, 288. Chamberlain, Mr. 189. Fox, Josepb, Esq.
Amicus, 103.

Chancellor of the Ex-Freeman, Mr.J. J. 222.
Amicus, 306.

chequer, 358.

Friend, Wm. Esq. 191.
Amicus, 373.
Chater, Mr. 91.

Frey, J. S. C. F. 153, 185.
Aquila, 128, 256.

Clarke, Dr. Adam, 27. Fuller, Mr. Andrew, 22,

Clarkson, Mr. Thomas, 99. 192, 193, 309, 341, 364,
Barclay, Mr. Arch. 109. Clayton, Rev. G. 348.

365.
Baring, Sir Thomas, 185. Cloutt, Mrs. 276.
Bedford, Duke of, 382. Coke, Dr. 89.

Gambier, Lord, 187, 216.
Birt, Mr. Isaiah, 217. Collyer, Dr. 105, 179, 383. Gloucester, H.R.H. Duke
Bishop of London, 16. Compeer, Mr. 348.

of, 181.
Boden, Mr. James, 183. Cottle, Mr. 146.

Grant, Robert, Esq. 180.
Birt, Mr. Jobn, 53, 88. Cox, Mr. F. A. 205, 217. Grew, 272.
Booth, Mr. Ab. 175, 176. C. S. 71.

Hall, Mr. of Arnsby, 55.
Bossuet, Bp. 95.' Cephas, 96.

Hamilton, Mr. R. W, 209.
Broohsbank, Mr. 288. Cunningham, Rev. Wm. Hacket, Mr. 93.
Broughton, Mr. 174.

24).

Harris, Rev. W. 222.
Buck, Mr. 285.

Curson, Mr. W, 212. Hartley, Rev. Mr. 191.
Burder, Rev. Sam. 273.

Harland, Mr. E. 286.
Burder, Mr H. F, 93. Dezltry, Rev. W. 177 Hawtrey, Capt. 180.
Buchanan, Dr. C. 220. Dewar, Mr. D. 109. Hersee, Mr. W. 128.
Burroughs, 272.
0. B. 42.

Herve, P. Esq. 190.
Burn, Rev. M. 310, Dore, Mr. 87,

Hill, Rev. R. 383.

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Hinton, Mr. J. 217, 219. Milne, Mr. 92.

Smith, Miss E. 276.
Hoby, Mr. James, 30. Milton, 147.

Snelgar, Mr. 345.
Honestus, 26S.
Minimus, 15, 35.

Squance, Mr. 89.
Hooper, Mr. 03.

Morell, Mr. T. 79. Steadman, Mr. W. 53.
Horne, Bp. 95.

More, Mrs. H. 115, 141, Sunergos, 308.
Horsley, Bp. 307, 312, 369. Moore, Mr. 199, 281. Sutcliff, Mr. J. 21, 27.
Hughes, Mr. Joseph, 318. Morrison, Mr. 93, 253. S, J, 132, 200.
H. 32, 96, 224.
Morison, R. 174.

S. W. 32.
H. 236, 264.

Morgan, Mr. Thos. 378. S. L. 96
Hyatt, Rev. J. 183, Morgan Rees, 176. S. R. 166,
Mosheim, 174.

S. G. 305.
Jabez, 78.
James, Mr. Thomas, 322. Newman, Mr. W. 276. Tarachund, 281.
Ignotus, 11.
Nicol. Dr. 111.

Teignmouth, Ld. 177, 216,
Jones, Rev. E. J.

Noel, Rev. George, 180. Thorpe, Dr. 181,
Inglis, R. Esq. 179. Norwich, Bp. of, 179, 216. Thuamus, 365.
Innes, Mr. W. 212.

Trimmer, Mrs. 275.
Innes, Mr. Jobo, 223. Omicron, 35.

Thornhill, F. Esq. 190.
J. M.

Thornton, H. Esq. 97.
J. P. W. 391.

Paley, Dr. 15,241. Thornton, Jolin, Esq. 132.
Jenkins, Dr. Joseph, 280. Paterson, Rev. J. 382. Thornton, J. jun. Esg. 214.
Intiger, 42.

Paulinus, 104, 172. Towgood, Micaiah, 245.
Juvenis, 270, 360.
Pellatt, Nr. 182.

T. D. L. 64.
Juvenilia, 128, 356. Pratt, Rev. Josiah, 26. T. B, 238.
Julius, 63.

Prior, quoted, 242.
Ivimey, Mr. Joseph, 277. Pearce, Mrs. 274.

Vasey, Mr. 288.
Penton, 11.

Vaughan, Rev. Thos. 187.
Kent, H. R. H. Duke of, Pendegrast, Mr. 29. Vanderkemp. Mr. 83.
180, 190, 382, 383. Philander, 137.

Venning, 240.
King, Joshua, 380. Pinkerton, Mi. J. 383. Vrinda vuna, 57.
King of Sweden, late, 93. Preston, 300.
Kicherer, Mr. 151. Providus, 271.

Waddel, Jas. 11.
Knapp (Counsellor) 331. Probus, 340.

Waits, Dr Isaac, 20.
Pudney, Mr. G. 222. Waugh, Dr. A. 383.
Leonard, Mr. 26, 189. Pugsley, Mr, N. 222. Wells, Dean of, 176.
Lieven, His Excel. Count,

Wells, 240.
483.

Queenborough, D. Esq. 30. Whish, Rev. Martin, 183.
Lincoln, Bishop of, 227.

Wilberforce, W. Esq. 17.
Lindsay, Rev. H. 216. Rannie, Mr. 110.

09, 181, 213.
Lister, Mr. James, 217. Read, Mr. 83.

Wilks, Rev. Mark, 184,
Locke, Mr. 75.
Rees, Dr. A. 378.

Wilks, John, Esq. 183.
Luther, 205.
Rees, Mr, J. 192.

Williams, Mr. T. 173.
Lynch, Mr. 89.

Robinson, Mr. Roht. 321. Wilson, Rev. D. 23, 182.

Roe, Rev. Peter, 184,215. Wilson, Thos. Esq. 183,
M‘Lean, Mr. Arch. 290. R, T. 363.

Williams, Mr. Jos. 316.
Maclaurin, 15.

Ryland, Dr. 217, 219, 278. Williams, Mrs. A. 344.
M“Intosh, Rev. M. 183.

Winter, Dr. 340.
Mack, Mr. John, 126. Senex, 8, 73, 140, 171, 337. Wimmer, Mr. 85.
Marshman, Mr. 181,218. Shultze, Mr. 23, 25. Wood, Mr. T. 288.
Mateebe, 152.

Simplex, 204, 362. Wood, Rev. Basil, 188.
Melancthon, Philip, 205. Sperhacken, Mr. 23, 25. Wraith, Mr. James, 192.
Mills, Samuel, Esq. 182. Southcott, Johanna, 31.
186, 378.

Smith, Dr. J. P. 20. Yockney, Mr. 125.

END OF VOL. I.

DIRECTIONS TO THE BINDER.
Place, as a Froutispiece to the volume, the Emblematical Engraving
given with the number for June; and let the Portrait of Mr. Thornton
precede his Memoir, in the number for April.

ERRATUM.
p. 386, col. 2, line 5 from the bottom, for Saviour read Sovereign.

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